KVK, Muradnagar, Ghaziabad was established in 1992 under administrative control of SVPU&T, Modipuram, Meerut & Cent percent funded by ICAR New Delhi for the purpose of technologies assessment refinement & dissemination.
Every year, thousands of tourists come to visit Ghaziabad. This is because of the various tourist hotspots that exist in and around the city. The tourist places in Ghaziabad include
This sacred Hindu temple is situated in the Ajrara village. The village stands at the left of the river Kali Nadi. The temple had reportedly been built by the Hindu king Ajaipal.
This beautiful temple stands at the village Hapur in Ghaziabad. It is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva, one of the major Hindu deities.
This wonderful temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandi. It is located at Hapur, a small village in Ghaziabad. The village is famous for its jaggery and grain market. It is one of the greatest places of interest in Ghaziabad.
Shri Dudheshwar Nath Mahadev Math Mandir is a very popular local temple. It owes its name to a strange legend. It is said that long ago a cow released her own milk into a hole dug by her. Pious Hindus built a temple on that site. The Dudheshwar Nath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed to be a 5000 year old structure. The temple is one of the major Ghaziabad tourist hotspots.
Located by River Hindon, it is supposed to be a pre-historic site. A major civilization is believed to have prospered here around 2500 B.C.
This beautiful monastery houses the shrine of Sai Baba. It is located on GT Road that lies near to River Hindon. It is an ideal place to get in touch with your own spiritual self.